Thursday, September 8, 2011

Kasabian - 2011-09-03 - I-Day Festival (FLAC - Broadcast)

Kasabian - 2011-09-03 - I-Day Festival (FLAC - Broadcast)
Venue: Arena Parco Nord, Bologna, Italy

Lineage FM > Hard Disc > web
ITT HiFi4060 Tuner > Audacity 1.3.13 Beta via C-Media CMI8738/C3DX soundcard > 44100hz/16bit flac's (level 8)

Thanks to survivor69 for sharing this.

Live and direct FM radio broadcast by "Radio2 Live", Radio2 RAI [second channel of italian national radio] on saturday 3 September 2011, 20:15 hours [CET]

Taper Notes:
"There was a power failure at the Mobile Broadcast Unit (at the venue) in the middle of track 11 (Empire) causing a two minutes break during transmission: the song stops abruptly, followed by 15 seconds of complete silence that were in turn followed by two minutes of radio jingles, then having the song resuming by surprise. To preserve broadcast integrity I included those "silence" and radio jingles as track 11b, thus the song "Empire" is actually divided into parts a-b-c : it's up to you to decide if downloading/burning track 11b as well.... (and then there is another short, 2 seconds, broadcast gap at the beginning of track 12). Warning: in italian radio customes the DJ speaks a lot in-between songs. And I mean a lot. His/Her purpose is to introduce songs with bits of bio and translate what the artists say, or to describe to radio listeners what's happening on stage.It may gets very annoying, and trust me it does, thus we might consider this recording Only for completists. But the songs, the actual music, are (usually) not spoken over in the middle of them. It has to be noted that italian djs are on the whole adviced to talk that much by the same record companies to prevent bootlegging."

Running Time 75'38" (or 73'11" without power failure break)

01. Intro 0.44
02. Club Foot
03. Where Did All The Love Go?
04. Days Are Forgotten
05. Shoot The Runner
06. Velociraptor
07. I.D.
08. Thick As Thieves
09. Take Aim
10. Underdog
11a. Empire [pt1] SEE ABOVE NOTE
11b. power failure and radio jingles SEE ABOVE NOTE 2.27
11c. Empire [pt2] SEE ABOVE NOTE
12. Fast Fuse
13. Misirlou
14. Vlad The Impaler
15. LSF
16. Encore Break and Radio Banters 1.37
17. Switchblade Smiles
18. Fire
19. Radio Outro 0.50


Massive Attack - 2003-06-29, Roskilde Festival Denmark (FLAC - Broadcast)

Massive Attack - 2003-06-29,  Roskilde Festival Denmark (FLAC - Broadcast)

Lineage: Swedish radio > Wavelab > traders little helper > FLAC

01. intro
02. Future Proof
03. Risingson
04. Black Milk
05. Angel
06. Karmacoma
07. Name Taken
08. Mezzanine
09. Hymn Of The Big Wheel
10. Safe From Harm
11. Outro


Bob Dylan - BBC in concert 1965 - (FLAC - SBD)

Bob Dylan - BBC in concert 1965 - (FLAC - SBD)
Venue: BBC Studios, Shepherds Bush, London

Black Dog bootleg silver CD
Black Dog Records, BD-005, [2006]
Description: liberated bootleg silver CD
Artist: Bob Dylan
Date: 1 June 1965 (date of recording)

Lineage: Silver CD > Ashampoo > 16-bit 44100 Hz wav > Audiochecker > TLH > FLAC level 6 > DIME

01. Ballad Of Hollis Brown
02. Mr Tambourine Man
03. Gates Of Eden
04. If You Gotta Go, Go Now
05. Lonesome Death Of Hattie Carroll
06. It Ain't Me Babe
07. Love Minus Zero/No Limit
08. One Too Many Mornings
09. Boots Of Spanish Leather
10. It's Alright Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
11. She Belongs To Me
12. It's All Over Now, Baby Blue

recorded 1 June 1965;
tracks 1-6 broadcast 26 June 1965 (* see Notes)
tracks 7-12 broadcast 19 June 1965 (* see Notes)

Notes: "It is effectively a mono soundboard recording"

(*) as according to the liner notes, although Dundas reverses the dates of the broadcasts

Ian Anderson - 2011-09-04 - Gloucester, UK (FLAC)

Ian Anderson - 2011-09-04 - Gloucester, UK (FLAC)
Venue: Gloucester Guildhall

"Throw away the ear-plugs, sit back, relax and savour Anderson's music. Jethro Tull is usually found sharing the same delicatessen shelf as Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath, The Who, The Rolling Stones and the other worthy stalwarts of the British "Rock Invasion" of the seventies. But it is all too often forgotten that a large part of the Tull repertoire is, in fact, acoustic music, whether whole songs or sections of the blockbusters such as Thick As A Brick and Aqualung. As the self-professed "unplugged guy with a bunch of noisy friends" Ian Anderson commands much respect as an acoustic musician amongst his peers. The only original member of Jethro Tull, Ian remains synonymous with the brand identity. Now, after 43 years of leading Tull to 54 countries spanning most of the continents, Ian Anderson brings his new acoustic tour to old and new friends alike. With a band consisting of German guitar virtuoso Florian Opahle, and pianist/accordionist John O'Hara, Ian plays Tull acoustic classics as well as other specially-rearranged Tull rock material and, in addition, some new material specially written for these tours. Drawing on Folk, Classical, Rock and Jazz music styles, Ian blends elements of many world music cultures to delight his fans. Throw away the ear-plugs, sit back, relax and savour Anderson's musical smorgasbord".

Anderson says:
“I have always wanted to go out in the UK with a small line-up, to play and to restructure the songs and music for a more intimate and personalized performance. After many years of performing in this way for radio broadcasts in the USA, it seems like fun to bring this approach to the UK fans, old and new, and to make them feel like they are in my living room for an impromptu family concert.”

Source: Audio-SP CMC 2 > Edirol R-09HR 16 Bit 44.1kHz

Transfer: USB > HD > Goldwave (Ampl, Fades & Splits) > Easy CD-DA Extractor (FLAC 5 conversion)

Taper/Transfer/Seeder: musoras

Taper's Notes:
"I really wasn't sure how to set-up my recording levels before entering the Theatre....acoustic, but knowing Ian Anderson, still potentially loud. However, I risked it and went in on full volume on the basis that it was only a threesome, and it really paid off. I've had to increase volumes quite a bit (consistently across both sets, so Set 1 levels may seem a little on the low side) but there is no distortion whatsoever. I sat in the front row, slightly to the left as I faced the stage to benefit from the speakers to the side of the stage - my compliments to the sound guy who stayed on the ball, with only one small squeak of feedback all night. I had a lovely Danish couple to my right, who clapped a little louder than I would have liked, and a lady to my left whose digital camera set-up included audio for the 'mechanical' shutter sound which I picked up a couple of times, all very trivial in the overall scheme of things and a sign of how good I think this recording is. But then I would, wouldn't I? :-)"

Set 1 (47:28)
01.  Boris Dancing
02.  Chat
03.  Just Trying To Be
04.  Slipstream
05.  Chat
06.  Up To Me
07.  Chat
08.  Set Aside
09.  Chat
10. Overture
11. Chat
12. Wondering Again
13. Chat
14. Andantino
15. Chat
16. Hare In The Winecup
17. Chat
18. Bach's Prelude in C Major
19. Bouree

Set 2 (1:10:22)
01.  Chat
02.  Up The Pool
03.  Chat
04.  The Hare Who Lost His Spectacles
05.  Chat
06.  Thick As A Brick (The Poet & The Painter Sequence)
07.  Chat
08.  Adrift And Dumbfounded
09.  Chat
10. A Change Of Horses
11. Chat
12. Bach's Toccata And Fugue
13. Chat
14. Budapest
15. Aqualung
16. Band Outros/Applause
17. Locomotive Breath

Line Up:
Ian Anderson - lead vocals, flute and guitar
Florian Opahle - Lead, Semi-Acoustic and Bass Guitars
John O'Hara - Keyboards, Melodica, Accordion and Percussion